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1. Who is the father of Political Science?

a. marx

B. plato

c. austin

d. aristotle

2. Who called Political science as the Master Science?

a. cicero

B. hobbes

c. aristotle

d. socrates

3. The term city-state is generally associated with

a. china

B. egypt

c. greek

d. indian

4. Who said man is a social animal

a. plato

B. hobbes

c. rousseau

d. aristotle

5. Who said that ‘a man who lives outside the polis is either a beast or a God’

a. plato

B. aristotle

c. marx

d. hobbes

6. Political-Parties are indispensable for the successful working of

a. democracy

B. monarchy

c. theocracy

d. dictatorship

7. Who wrote the book ‘Republic’?

a. bodin

B. locke

c. plato

d. cicero

8. The modern democracy is known as

a. peoples democracy

B. limited democracy

c. representative democracy

d. direct democracy

9. The right to vote is a

a. civil right

B. moral right

c. natural right

d. political right

10. Who asserted that the state would ultimately wither away

a. plato

B. kant

c. laski

d. marx

11. A socialist state lays emphasis on

a. political liberty

B. economic equality

c. right to private property

d. independence of judiciary

12. Who defined democracy as “Government of the people, by the people, for thepeople”?

a. woodrow

B. abraham lincoln

c. laski

d. gandhi

13. The head of the state under parliamentary form of government enjoys

a. absolute powers

B. limited powers

c. nominal powers

d. no powers

14. The framers of the constitution borrowed the idea of fundamental rights from theconstitution of

a. usa

B. ussr

c. britain

d. france

15. A Bicameral legislature consist of

a. one chamber

B. two chambers

c. three chambers

d. four chambers

16. The presidential government operates on the principle of

a. separation of powers

B. division of powers

c. fusion of powers

d. centralization of powers

17. In which of the following forms of government the second chamber is anindispensable part of the legislature?

a. unitary government

B. federal government

c. parliamentary government

d. presidential government

18. Division of powers between the centre and the states is an essentialfeature of

a. federal government

B. unitary government

c. presidential government

d. parliamentary government

19. Which one of the following governments operates on the principle ofcollective responsibility?

a. parliamentary

B. presidential

c. unitary

d. federal

20. Which of the following is also known as Laissez faire theory?

a. idealism

B. totalitarianism

c. socialism

d. individualism

21. Which kind of right is the right to form Associations

a. civil right

B. legal right

c. political right

d. natural right

22. One party system is found in

a. india

B. britain

c. switzerland

d. china

23. Popular Sovereignty means that sovereignty lies with

a. constitution

B. parliament

c. cabinet

d. people

24. The theory of Surplus Value is associated with

a. adam smith

B. karl marx

c. amarthya sen

d. stalin

25. The Bible of Communism

a. communist manifesto

B. state and revolution

c. spirit of laws

d. the republic

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